Mr Dominic Meek

Trauma & orthopaedic surgery 03486038


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About me

Following medical school in Glasgow he undertook Trauma and Orthopaedics training in the West of Scotland rotation, and completed a MD at Glasgow University. He was appointed Consultant in 2003 and works at the QUEH, Glasgow with a specialist interest in hip reconstructive arthroplasty surgery. He continues to participate in trauma at the QUEH designated regional trauma centre. Together with his consultant colleagues he has developed the Glasgow complex young hip and revision, periprosthetic joint infection and fractures arthroplasty service.

He undertook the adult reconstruction fellowship at Vancouver University Hospital and was awarded the BHS/AHS Travelling Fellowship and the BOA ABC Fellowship. He is the Hip Specialty Editor for the Bone and Joint Journal and previous editorial secretary for the BHS. He is vice president of BHS for 2021.

Honorary Professor Glasgow University, his research interests are in the basic science of nanotechnology and cell behaviour / bone regeneration and implant fixation and effects of wear particles particularly CoCr particles. President of the West of Scotland Orthopaedic Research Society (WoSORS) and cofounder (2009) of the Glasgow Orthopaedic Research Society (GLORI) for fundamental science research at Glasgow University.

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Revision surgery (orthopaedic); Lower limb arthroplasty; Resurfacing; Knee; Hip

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